May 17, 1923 ~ April 1, 2004
Adley Booker Robertson, 80yrs.of Owensboro, Ky. died Thursday, April 1, 2004 at home surrounded by his devoted family. He went to his heavenly father and new home. He was survived by his wife of 60yrs., Wanda Jewell Robertson, five children; one son; Henry BookerBobRobertson, II, of Owensboro, Four daughters; Cheryie Floyd of Calhoun, Vickie Hofmann of Louisville, Holly Vineyard and Debbie Settel both of Owensboro, Ky., fifteen grandchildren; Henry BookerRobRobertson III, Steven Robertson, Ashley Robertson Ray, Andy Robertson, Mishiele Floyd Coomes, Leta Floyd Partlow, Karen Floyd Brooks, Nisa Floyd Harper, Tracy Vineyard Alvey, Robin Vineyard Clark, Michael Vineyard, Kimberly Brown Aulick, Nicole Brown, Russell Settle Jr.DMD, and Lisa Settle Taylor and 28great grandchildren., one brother; Charles Herman Robertson of Winterhaven, Florida, four sisters; Doris Robertson Kapperman of Lake Placid, Florida, Norma Robertson Jobe of Huntington, WV., Carol Robertson of Owensboro and Joyce Robertson Floyd of Cookesville, Tn. He was preceded in death by his parents Henry Booker and Hazel Galloway Robertson. Adley retired from GE after 34yrs as a mechanic. He was a member of Curdsville Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon for several years. Adley enjoyed teaching sundy schooll and other church activities, spending time with his family and woodworking. After retirement Adley and Wanda enjoyed raising a very large vegetable and fruit garden for their friends and family and loved ones, enjoyed bird hunting and raising Brittany spaniel's on Adley's Brittany Ranch. He was past member of the Order of Odd Fellows Brothers Lodge #l32. Adley was a deovted Christian, husband, father, friend, and was loved dearly by many and will be sadly missed by all. Services will be 2:00pm. Monday at Haley-McGinnis Funeral Home Chapel, visitation from 2:00 to 8:00pm. Sunday and 10:00 to 2:00pm. Monday. Burial will be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Reverend James Wedding and Reverend Tom Pelphrey will be officiating.
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